September 28-October 1, 2021, Istanbul, Turkey
MMSys’21 will offer a large number of travel grants to students as well as
attendees from minority groups and less fortunate countries. This year,
MMSys will also offer carer’s grant. Details regarding all grants can be
found at https://2021.acmmmsys.org/grants.php.
⇒ Doctoral Symposium Track ⇐
- Register by: July 2nd
- Upload by: July 5th
- Notifications on: July 30th
- Camera-ready due: August 6th
MMSys'21 Doctoral Symposium (DS) will be part of the conference in Istanbul
for people studying towards a doctoral degree in a field relevant to the
themes of MMSys. If you are a doctoral candidate who has found themself
reading or referencing work presented at MMSys in the past, or if the scope
of MMSys makes you feel that this is a community that you would benefit
from being part of, then we would love for you to apply to join us in
The DS is a forum for you to share your work and ideas with fellow PhD
students, and with more experienced researchers in your field. You will get
the chance to give a presentation of your work, get feedback and
suggestions, and participate in a practical group activity that will help
you support each other with ideas for research approaches and have a great
PhD experience. If you are successful in your application for a place in
the DS, you will be invited to attend the rest of MMSys'21 (i.e., with a
free registration ticket); the world’s leading international research
conference on multimedia systems.
If you have established what your PhD research questions will be, but have
still got at least a year before the submission of your dissertation, then
that 'middle period' of the PhD is a great time to benefit from the DS.
You can take part in the MMSys'21 DS by submitting a paper (instructions
can be found under: https://2021.acmmmsys.org/doctoral_symposium.php).
Submissions will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in
the ACM DL with the possibility to opt-out from publication in ACM DL.
Simula Research Laboratory
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